Solved>>How many sections are included in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

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User Margaret McCollum
Course ACA 122 LMA – College Transfer Success – Fall 2018
Test Financial Aid Quiz
Started 9/16/18 10:18 AM
Submitted 9/16/18 10:22 AM
Due Date 9/19/18 11:59 PM
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You will become ineligible for Pell Grants after how many years?

A. 1 year of full-time enrollment
B. N/A – You are always eligible for Pell Grants.
C. 3 years of full-time enrollment
D. 6 years of full-time enrollment
E. 12 years of full-time enrollment

 

How many sections are included in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?

A. 3
B. 10
C. 5
D. 2

 

How often do you have to apply for financial aid?

A. Every time you start at a new school.
B. Every six months.
C. Only once.
D. Every year.

Which of the following items are INCORRECT in realtion to the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy (check all that apply)

A. Withdraws (W) do not affect your completion rate, but Withdraw/Failing (WF), and Failure (F) negatively affect your completion rate.
B. Auditing courses (AU) and Never Attends (NA) are not calculated in your completion rate or maximum time frame.
C. Withdraws (W), Withdraw/Failing (WF), and Failure (F) negatively affect your completion rate.
D. Incompletes (I) are included in the number of attempted hours, but do not count toward successfully completed hours for your completion rate.

What is required to apply for scholarships at CCCC? Please check all that apply.

 

What happens if a student does not pay back financial aid awards that were taken away from them? Please check all that apply.

CCCC Admissions Application
Letter of Recommendation
High School Transcript
Scholarship Essay

 

Students must complete an eligible academic program within _____ the normal published time frame.

A. 200%
B. 100%
C. 150%
D. 500%

 

When might a student be required to pay back to pay back financial aid awards that they receive (scholarships, federal loans, or Pell grants). Please check all that apply.

If you fail a class.
If you stop going to classes altogether.
If you change your major.
If you completely withdraw from school.

 

What happens if a student does not pay back financial aid awards that were taken away from them? Please check all that apply.

CCCC will place a hold on the student’s account.
Students cannot receive additional financial aid until the funds are repaid.
They can never apply for financial aid or scholarships ever again.
They might be reported to the US Department of Education for failure to pay.
Students can’t request or receive transcripts.
Students will not be allowed to register for future classes until the funds have been repaid.
They get kicked out of school.

 

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